>> it's an exploitive industry. you grew up in a household or lived in a household with your wife and daughters as a memorandum fist. >> i'll make you a case more pointed. one of the things i'm proud of is when i was governor i designed a law, we had pushed for it, human trafficking. if you're going to point to either the tension between the stated position and actions or the more simple linear question, was this exploitive? the answer to the first question there's a tension there. it is... i will acknowledge it. it's problematic. is it exploitive, yes, which is why when people have asked occasionally, should this, not quite the same as other areas where there's moves to decriminalize. i don't believe it should be. >> should people, men, let's say, who solicit pross suits, should they be prosecuted. >> we have not traditionally done so. >> should they be?